THANK YOU for all your participation in this Postcard Project. I am overwhelmed and delighted with the response, and vow to keep writing postcards on a regular basis. I have responded to well over 200 cards, but plan to keep at it, a few at a time, to keep up the fabulous habit of WRITING.
This week I am going to choose a random postcard and send the sender this piece of art:
ramps are the wild leeks that emerge here in April). Read my Sketchbook Challenge post about it.
Keep those cards coming! Look at the gallery on facebook. If you have an idea on a better way to display these, please let me know. THANKS again!!!
Leaving town today for a few days but will send postcard upon return. I am a quilter but found your site some how and I love your work. Do you sell pieces like the above?ReplyDelete
Thanks. Yes, I do sell pieces like the above. Love your blog!Delete
I've been enjoying re-reading your book. Every now and then I go back to and always find some new tidbit.ReplyDelete
I sent you a card yesterday, but I was in rush and forgot to write my address on it. Next time....ReplyDelete
LOVE your work Jane...this piece is a gem.ReplyDelete
Yay, I just mailed off my card this morning so fingers crossed!ReplyDelete
What fun! Good luck everyone!ReplyDelete
I just received a postcard from you in today's mail. To be honest, I had forgotten about your postcard project- after reading about the number of responses you got, I assumed I wasn't in the first 200, and figured that I wouldn't be getting one back. What a lovely colorful surprise to find in the mailbox on a dreary February day! Thank you so much! I plan on finding a little frame and displaying your postcard in a place where it will inspire me. You made my day!ReplyDelete
P.S. I think this postcard swap was a lovely idea, and I hope you do it again. I bet if enough people participated in post card swaps on a regular basis, we could pull the post office out of its fiscal crisis. (Okay, maybe not, but it would be fun to try!)